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Saying Goodbye to 2019 Trends with Mia Collins

A new year is upon us which means a slew of new fashion trends is waiting for us in 2020. While we’re beyond excited to see what the new year brings, we are talking to our Styldlife stylists about their favorite looks and trends of 2019 and the looks they are looking forward to in the new year.

Fashion stylist, Mia Collins, is helping us say goodbye to the old and hello to the new.

What was your favorite look, that you helped create for a client?

My favorite looks are those that I have created from clothing that is in the client’s closet. I give them a different perspective on how to look at some of their iconic pieces. I style them differently. They are always amazed.

What trend do you want to leave behind in 2019 and why?

Trends to leave behind in 2019, the nautical theme.

What trends/styles are you excited for in the coming year?

Trends for 2020 that I am enjoying- hot pants, feathers and crochet (not your grandmothers crochet anymore).

What is your favorite holiday trend and why?

I am not big on being too trendy. I prefer looks with longevity. Trends to me are fillers when you want a little something extra. I personally invest in quality statement pieces and do not spend too much on trends -hence the word trend. My favorite would be a sexy black suit or tuxedo, to be on-trend I would add a graphic tee, but the suit or tuxedo will be around for a lifetime.

What is your favorite thing about the holiday season?

I enjoy spending time with family and friends for the holidays. It is more about experience and reconnecting. In addition, if I can squeeze in a trip to New York that always makes me feel that I am in the holiday season.

To learn more about Mia and how she can help you dress your best in 2020 check out her bio page or follow her on Instagram and then schedule a fashion appointment with her!

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